By Natalie Zarowny
The presidential debates aren't over yet for one Quad Cities elementary school.
And guess who's asking the questions?
"If you were elected president, who would be your vice president?" said one little boy.
Kids at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School in Bettendorf faced four teachers dressed up as each presidential and vice presidential candidates.
They got to ask questions like how tall the candidates are, and if they're married; all this with the help of a moderator of course.
The questions aren't as serious as what real candidates are asked, but teachers at Thomas Jefferson said it's still important for kids to learn about the political process.
"America's a wonderful place, where you can actually vote for your leaders, and so that we can be sure they get active when they're older," said Renee Fluhr-Callahan, the debate moderator.
Teachers at Thomas Jefferson said the students had a good time and hopefully learned a little bit.